Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF)

Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF)

Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF)

NJF`s objective is to promote agricultural research in the Nordic-Baltic countries. NJF arranges seminars, which facilitate close contacts between scientists, advisors and end-users of knowledge. Our vision is an efficient and sustainable utilization of our agricultural and horticultural resources. Our members are engaged in research, education, extension, administration or other public or private services in the agricultural sector. The sections are NJF`s professional bodies, with responsibility for their respective areas.

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Ultunallén 4 P.O. Box 7033 , Uppsala , SE-750 07 Sweden
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Business Type:
Professional association
Industry Type:
Agriculture Science and Research
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

  • By being a member of NJF, you are entitled to attend our conferences, workshops and other actitivties at reduced price, but above all, you can make valuable contacts with other scientists in your field.
  • The working language of NJF is English. Direct e-mails and the web are used extensively for information exchange.
  • NJF's activities are financed through membership fees and income from conferences.
  • Our members are engaged in research, education, extension, administration or other public or private services in the agricultural sector.

The sections are NJF's professional bodies, with responsibility for their respective areas. NJF consists of the following sections:

A section board may set up working groups, for instance in order to:

  • Arrange conferences, scientific courses, etc.
  • Establish and develop co-operation in special fields within the scope of the section
  • Clarify questions regarding research methodology, terminology etc.
  • Compare available research results
  • Prepare plans for Nordic research assignments which can be solved more appropriately through co-operation or work distribution.

NJF´s members are organized in national associations in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
In Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania there are a national coordinator.

National associations: